Reading Analysis 3

Dillon Fitzgerald Professor Hunter Hoskins College Writing 106 21 October 2016   A New Look at the Rhetorical Situation                In Jenny Edbauer’s piece “Unframing Models of Public Distribution: From Rhetorical Situation to Rhetorical Ecologies,” Edbauer argues that rhetorical situations are dynamic, complex interactions rather than entities comprised simply […]

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Where I Stand: From Violated Health Codes to Hip Burger Joints

  Dillon Fitzgerald Professor Hunter Hoskins Writing 106 12 October 2016   Where I Stand: From Violated Health Codes to Hip Burger Joints The neighborhood of Dupont Circle is a trendy, pretty spot for the public to explore.  Traditionally a haven for progressive thinking and alternative ways of living, Dupont Circle is home to a […]

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Annotated Bibliography 2

Dillon Fitzgerald Annotated Bibliography 2 2nd Annotated Bibliography Carman, Tim. “BGR: The Burger Joint Set to Open Third Store in Dupont Circle.” Washington City Paper. N.p., 23 June 2009. Web. 05 Oct. 2016.   This article serves as an announcement regarding the grand opening of BGR in Dupont Circle.  The article contains the thoughts of Mark […]

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Annotated Bibliography 1

Dillon Fitzgerald Annotated Bibliography 1 1st Annotated Bibliography   “Dupont Circle.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 06 Oct. 2016.     My first source I will be using for my Built Environment Project is the Wikipedia page for Dupont Circle.  As we discussed in class, Wikipedia is actually a good tool for accessing basic information […]

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Reading Analysis Final 2

Dillon Fitzgerald Professor Hunter Hoskins Writing 106 18 October 2016 2nd Reading Analysis: City of Rhetoric Chapter 3         In Chapter 3 of City of Rhetoric, author David Fleming discusses the need for many political scenes, without neglecting middle-sized political communities.  He does this by writing about different types of communities: the nation-state, the neighborhood, […]

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Reading Analysis Final 1

Dillon Fitzgerald Professor Hunter Hoskins College Writing 106 18 October 2016 1st Reading Analysis- City of Rhetoric Chapter 2         In this chapter of Fleming’s book, Fleming’s main point is that “place” should be considered when discussing political theory.  He supports this idea by describing the citizen’s role in their community/polity, republicanism and liberalism, the […]

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